How to help people living on the street
Help us support people living on the street by contacting us, making a donation or volunteering with local charities.
Tell us about a rough sleeper
You can let us know you're concerned about someone living on the street by using StreetLink.
You can contact StreetLink by:
- registering online
- phone on 03005 000 914
If you think the person needs urgent medical care or they're under 18 years of age, you should call 999.
Make a donation
Homeless charities have joined together under the Make Change Count campaign to help people living on the streets.
The local charities involved are:
- St Mungo’s
- Sussex Nightstop
- The Clock Tower Sanctuary
- YMCA Downslink Group
- YMCA Brighton
- Umbrella Brighton & Hove
Make Change Count makes sure all money given goes to helping rough sleepers get off the streets.
You can make a donation:
- online on the Just Giving website
- by sending a text message saying 19UMCC 3, 5, 10 or 20 to 70085 for a £3, £5, £10 or £20 donation
Volunteer for a homeless charity
You can volunteer for many homeless charities by visiting their website, such as: